All rise!

Baraba, Sarah
October 2012
St. Charles Journal;10/10/2012, Vol. 47 Issue 41, pA1
The article focuses on the Teen Court of St. Charles, Missouri's Hardin Middle School, part of St. Charles County's Juvenile Detention Alternative Division, that gives misbehaving students the chance to avert going to juvenile court by attending a hearing to be decided by their classmates.


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